Refactoring JavaScript: Turning Bad Code Into Good Code (O'Reilly)
Refactoring JavaScript: Turning Bad Code Into Good Code (O'Reilly)
Monday, 12 June 2017

In this book author Evan Burchard provides clear guidance on how best to avoid common mistaken approaches to improving poor JavaScript code, such as rewriting it using the latest framework or slowly and carefully taking a guess at how the out-of-control system can be altered to allow for new features, hoping that this doesn't bring the whole stack of blocks down.

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The ideas presented let you recognize you have a problem with your JavaScript quality, and show how to learn repeatable, memorable, and time-saving refactoring techniques. You're shown how to apply these techniques as you work, fixing things along the way.

Author: Evan Burchard
Publisher: O'Reilly
Date: March 2017
Pages: 422
ISBN: 978-1491964927
Print: 1491964928
Kindle: B06XK1V629
Audience: JavaScript programmers
Level: intermediate
Category: JavaScript

 

 

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